Export Registrations for 2024/2025 are now open

Export registrations for international protocol markets are now open. Refer to Export Industry Advice Notice 2024-29 on the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF) website.

This resource includes information on:

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All Export Information Session - Webinar 17 June 2024 China, Korea and USA
Growers and Packhouses Apply online to register orchards/packhouses for relevant export markets Before 26 July 2024 China, Korea and USA
Crop Monitors Complete crop monitor training Before flowering (budburst) when crop monitoring needs to start China, Korea and USA
Growers and Packhouses Prepare for audit, conducted by DAFF

For new or previously non-compliant businesses:

Pre-season audits: August/September 2024

For accredited and compliant businesses (from last season): TBC during the season

In-season audits: TBC during the season

China, Korea and USA

Online Registration

The online registration system for 2024/2025 is now open. Growers are only required to register their orchards and packhouses for China, Korea and the USA. Please note that registration is NOT required for orchards and packhouses exporting to Japan and New Zealand.

Sign into the export application website: 

Export Application Website

Please use a supported web browser such as Google Chrome.

A step-by-step guide for the online export application process is available here

If you have never registered, please forward your name, trading name, preferred email address and previous US export registration number (if applicable) to our Industry Development Manager at marine@mangoes.net.au. A no-reply email will be sent to you with a temporary password so that you can login and set up your account. 

To access relevant workplans and protocols, please register for access to DAFF’s MICoR database via this link.

The cost for registering is $330 (incl GST, additional fees may apply).

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Crop Monitor online course

Certain protocol markets (China, Korea and USA) are required to have a qualified Crop Monitor. Online crop monitor training for mangoes must be completed annually through Learnhub. The training consists of a core module and a commodity specific module (mango). Crop monitors must register to conduct crop monitor training by completing and submitting the Crop Monitor Training Request Form.

The following crop monitoring templates can be used by crop monitors and must be retained by growers for auditing purposes:

As long as forms contain the same pest monitoring information, alternative templates may be used. To assist with pest monitoring, a timeline was developed and can be found here.

Training must be completed before flowering (budburst) when crop monitoring needs to start. The course quiz will remain open until 2 September 2024. The course content will be made accessible for reference throughout the season.

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If you were not accredited or were non-compliant for the 2023/24 season, you will be audited before your season starts in August or September 2024.

If you were compliant last season, you will be audited in-season. DAFF will conduct a desktop audit pre-season so that you can be accredited and allowed to export before your in-season audit takes place.

DAFF’s instructional material is available on the Plant Export Operations Manual (PEOM) to support industry in understanding their roles and responsibilities relating to the export of plants and plant products from Australia.

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Treatment facilities (VHT and Irradiation)

Treatment facilities must be a registered establishment and approved for the specific country, commodity and treatment combination for protocol markets.

Treatment facilities that are currently approved by DAFF for the irradiation treatment of mangoes to the USA, or the vapour heat treatment of mangoes to China, Korea and Japan, will automatically be included on the approved list for export that is provided to the importing country. To confirm your approved operations, refer to your registered establishment’s Certificate of Registration.

Treatment facilities that are currently not approved for the countries, commodities and treatments they would like, must submit Application for registration as a plant export registered establishment and/or associated operations and functions (EX26d) and be audited and approved by the department and the importing country, where required.

Growers should contact their preferred treatment facility to confirm that they are a registered establishment and approved for the required country, commodity and treatment combination.

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Australian Mangoes Export Information Session 2024

An online information session was held on 17 June 2024 and covered the following topics:
- Season wrap on the 2023/24 mango export season;
- how to best use the Mango Online Registration system;
- presentation by the Horticulture Export Program (DAFF) on accreditation, audit, and protocol requirements
- Mango MRL App

Presenters included Trevor Dunmall (AMIA), Jeff Scott (Australian Table Grape Association), and Michelle Res (DAFF).

To access the recording, click here.


For any other enquiries, please contact:
Marine Empson
E: marine@mangoes.net.au
M: 0457 555 838

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